Clovis police are searching for a man believed to have shot a city police officer in the leg after a brief chase on foot.
The Clovis Police Department in New Mexico reported that an Officer stopped Anthony Baca on a bicycle for a minor violation and attempted to make an arrest for an outstanding felony warrant. The suspect was wanted on a felony warrant. The Officer was shot while attempting to apprehend Baca. Continue reading “Clovis, N.M. Police Officer shot, suspect at large”
February 9, 2016 Mesa County, Co. Sheriff’s Office Deputy Derek Geer Condition is Grave. On Monday February 8, 2016 Deputy Geer responded to a call of a man walking with a bandanna over his face and walking around with a gun. Continue reading “Mesa County, Co. Sheriff’s Office Deputy Derek Geer Condition Grave”
December 27, 2015 Pickens, County, Ga. A Hispanic man from Fulton County Ga. reported that Deputies from Pickens County racially profiled him and his brothers for arrest back in November of 2014. The Sheriff’s Department has investigated the incident and finally released the dash cam video of the incident which disputes the mans claim.
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One of the biggest problems that Law Enforcement faces today is perception of what a Law Enforcement Officer does , how they do it and if they are doing it right. Let’s have some clarification for the citizens and discussions for the Officers.
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On December 4, 2015 L.A.P.D. Police Officer Deon Joseph discusses how things have changed in 20 years he has spent on the Police Force and has a special message to the people he went to the academy with.
His message is very important to every Police Officer now serving as well. He states more eloquently than I the important tools of the trade of Police work and this is a must see, must share video.
Congratulations to Officer Deon Joseph on 20 years of service though we hope you don’t retire too soon, great Officers with your wisdom are hard to find and take a career to train!